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International Journal of Railway Technology
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IJRT, Volume 2, Issue 2, 2013
Novel Stability Theory based on Absorbing-Band Anti-Hunting Mechanism of High-Speed Bogies
M.W. Piao1, S.L. Liang2, H.L. Wei1, J. Fang1 and W.Z. Zhao1

1Mechanical Engineering School, Dalian Jiaotong University, Dalian, China
2Technical R. & D. Department, Changchun Railway Passenger Vehicle Ltd, Changchun, China

Full Bibliographic Reference for this paper
M.W. Piao, S.L. Liang, H.L. Wei, J. Fang, W.Z. Zhao, "Novel Stability Theory based on Absorbing-Band Anti-Hunting Mechanism of High-Speed Bogies", International Journal of Railway Technology, 2(2), 1-33, 2013. doi:10.4203/ijrt.2.2.1
Keywords: high-speed rolling stock, margin of bogie stability, anti-hunting mechanism, high-frequency impedance, track-shift force, stability robustness.

Abstract
This paper shows how to improve the safety stability margin of high-speed rolling stock based on the absorbing-band anti-hunting mechanism. In comparison with the over-damped anti-hunting mechanisms, it is indicated that the track-shift force can be reduced considerably with the anti-hunting high-frequency impedance being increased moderately. Through examples, it is demonstrated that the technical advantages of anti-hunting soft-attachment have been validated sufficiently in engineering applications. The optimal configuration of anti-hunting dampers is achieved further with the corresponding economical velocity of (350 380) km/h, so that the stability robustness can be emphasized more for the Chinese HSR operation of 300 km/h running.

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